PRICING NOTICE: Correction to Metal Bulletin shredded ferrous scrap index

Due to a technical error, Metal Bulletin shredded ferrous scrap index was published incorrectly on August 10.

Metal Bulletin has corrected its ferrous shredded scrap index, cfr India, which was published incorrectly on August 10 due to a technical error.

The index should have read that it was at $355.54 per tonne, instead of $355.61 per tonne as published.

Metal Bulletin’s price book and database have been updated to reflect this correction.

To provide feedback on this index or if you would like to provide information by becoming a data submitter to this assessment, please contact Carrie Bone by email at: Please add the subject head “FAO: Carrie, re: India shredded Index”.

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